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FOX News
Jul 24, 2011 10:00pm PDT
with jose baez and cheney mason on casey's current whereabouts. her progress therapeutically and extremely negative reaction the outcome of the case continues to generate. did the biewcher -- butcher of that poor boy in brooklyn have previous victims? coming up. >> asked me to get a restraining order against him because he was like at the time he was so hysterical about us getting a divorce. he didn't want to get a divorce. i wanted to get the divorce. he felt that for my safety it was better for me to get one. >> geraldo: has he the ex-wife of the butcher. dismemberment of that 8-year-old boy in that tight knit jewish neighborhood in brooklyn still has this entire town rattled even as police ponder whether this guy may have had other victims. greg investigates. >> geraldo, on july 11th, when 8-year-old leiby clusky disappeared. this whole community came together to search for him. rabbi david neederman is president of the united jewish organization of williamsburg. tell me how this death has affected this community. >> it has affected all communities all over the city, worldwide as well.
FOX News
Jul 3, 2011 6:00pm EDT
attorney cheney mason working off a chart that many lawyers have seen and you have covered a lot of trials, it is classic, it is standard, look how everything is in green but the red guilty. what is going on? >> i see tse and i get a big smile because at the public againsters office you had each of the attorneys carry this at every homicide trial. it is classic. defense 101 and they make it look like it is unsurmountable burden and the visual can stay with the jury and, well, i don't know, maybe they proved it but not all the way up to the red square. and cheney mason made the point that the prosecutor is the one that has the burden. he points to the difference saying they don't have a burden in this case it is up to the prosecution. let's listen to listen in to cheney mason defense counsel. that's why we have a system that says the state has to prove beyond reasonable doubt everything. if they fail to do that then no matter what you may think in this, just go down the line, your obligation is, wait, they haven't proven beyond a reasonable doubt. if they don't prove beyond a reasonable dou
FOX News
Jul 9, 2011 2:30pm EDT
that case. but, she got credit for time served and good behavior. however, her lawyer, cheney mason was none too pleased with the media during that trial. >> they hung her here daily for two and a half years, every channel, every outlet in this community and throughout the state and i suspect around the country, was convinced she's guilty, this is all just rah-rah. >> jon: all right, are we in the media guilty as charged? judy? >> well, i think there are a few cement commenttators should think about their roles on tv the nancy grace came in for particular for-- says she's em blattic, the devil is dancing tonight and combative and always about her rather than the case and rush to judgment which of course the media did. >> jon: cal? >> this is another example of why the supreme court is right in not allowing cameras into that courtroom. this was, to quote clarence thomas during his confirmation hearings, a high-tech lynching, regardless of whether you think she was guilty or not. you had people who didn't know what they were talking about spouting off, convicting her, before all of the evidenc
MSNBC
Jul 5, 2011 2:00pm EDT
by the defense attorney. jose baez and cheney mason and dorothy clay stems and they will explain the reaction and tell us how they felt waiting for the jury to come back, and i do know from conversations with jose baez, he said that he did his best job that he could. his job was to raise the idea of reasonable doubt, and he was quite frankly uncertain of how he did, as i think that most lawyers would be but when i talked to him in the waiting game he said that it was a moment. he was now waiting for the next moment, and we have now reached that where the jury has come back and we will see actually whether they are surprised by the response or not by the jury here. >> and we were showing location of video where like many places, people were watching the verdict, and over the weekend people were showing n ining up area where caylee's body was found and they placed balloons and stuffed animals saying justice for caylee and going back to the very wooded area where her little remains were found. >> to the point that it became a problem. . and the local community here had the county go out to put u
FOX News
Jul 5, 2011 3:00pm EDT
where i disagree with cheney mason, maybe what we do, the media and lawyers and pundits, we educate potential jurors and here where we have agreed, this case was overprosecuted, it was overcharged and as a result of that the jury may come back, those who speak, she probably had something to do with it but in the murder one and that is what they focused in on. so forget the lesser included. >> we don't need to guess anymore. the jury will tell us. >> i want to be right about something today. >> they are dressed up and put on their sharp clothes i was told by people in the courtroom. so we anticipate they will speak. i thought baez did a great job on the press conference. and the cocounsel attacking the media was accurate because unlike what we did here, for a month, where randy played the defense role and i played the prosecution role other shows on other channels only bet up on baez and only beat up. we tried to give both sides of the aisle and, look, this is where it is. i'm shocked by the verdict. >> and now the man who has worn the black robe. judge napolitano. judge, i want to b
FOX News
Jul 5, 2011 9:00pm EDT
and cheney mason ripped apart every argument about did this mother kill this little girl? there was no evidence to support it. >> is the question, did they prove it? i was in that courtroom. i obviously yield to the jury here. here we have searches for chloroform that the mother was shown, when she tried to take responsibility for those searches, she was found to be a liar. >> grandma. >> grandma, i'm sorry the defendant's . all of the evidence that the baby's body was found with, was from the home that the mother had a connection to. >> sean: let me bring geraldo back in. >> who delivered the body to the swamp? >> is there a scintilla of evidence that it was the accused? no. >> is there a scintilla of evidence geraldo that she was not -- [ talking over each other ] >> where was lee anthony? what about the baby's daddy. >> maybe the boogie man did it. >> sean: maybe the father did it. one point to quote her attorney baez, okay they painted her as a slut, party girl, as a liar. but there's no evidence that proves she killed her daughter. listen, this is what separates us j
MSNBC
Jul 6, 2011 10:00am EDT
commented repeatedly on the case and veteran defense lawyer cheney mason showed he had no love lost for them. >> i hope that this is a lesson to those of you who have indulged in media assassination for three years, bias and prejudice and encompetent talking heads saying what would be and how to be. i'm disgusted by some of the lawyers that have done this. >> reporter: seats were set up for the jury to talk but -- >> the 12 jurors have declined to talk. >> reporter: casey's parents cindy and george made no comment. >> right now, get out of my way. >> reporter: but their attorney issued a statement said while the family may never know what happened to caylee, they now have closure for this chapter of their life. casey anthony will be back in court tomorrow to be sentenced for lying to law enforcement. if casey anthony is released from the courthouse, the jail officials say they have worked out a security plan so that she can make her way out of here without any problems. and what will casey anthony do? well, it was revealed in one of her letters that the jail made public about a year ago, in
MSNBC
Jul 18, 2011 11:00am EDT
, thanks so much. >>> i want to remind everybody coming up at the half hour, cheney mason is going to be joining us. he's the outspoken attorney for casey anthony. he's going to talk about what's next for casey as well as her legal battles ahead and how she plans to support herself now that she is once again a free woman. >>> well, in one of the strongest signals yet that he's in, rick perry says he's feeling a calling to run for president. and with the new report that there's still plenty of money on the sidelines from republican donors, could any of it be going now to rick perry? whoa. right? get out. i know! who knew? i mean. exactly! really. that's what i mean. [ mom ] what? shut the front door. right? seriously. who knew? hello sir. bingo! mahjong! for realz. woop-woop! franklin delano! [ male announcer ] hey, there's oreo creme under that fudge! oreo fudge cremes. indescribably good. a network of possibilities. in here, the planned combination of at&t and t-mobile would deliver our next generation mobile broadband experience to 55 million more americans, many in small towns a
CNN
Jul 8, 2011 7:00pm PDT
the stand. i was very surprised that she did not. >> jean, you spoke with defense attorney cheney mason. and i'm wondering, what did he have to say to you? >> he said many things to me. he said that he's concerned for casey's safety. plans are being made for her protection. he would not say what. he doesn't think that she can live in orlando and wonders where she can live in this country without somebody recognizing, knowing her and hating her. he thinks the only thing would be plastic surgery and possibly coloring her hair. but he wants americans to step back and realize that a jury has spoken. they have spoken that she is not guilty. they need to accept that and move on. >> and sonny, what do you think we can expect from casey as far as book deals maybe, movie deals and other "if i did it"? >> that's the question everyone is asking themselves. because where does she work? where does she live? what does she do? her attorney jose baez says that she has a future ahead of her. but i think that people want to know her story. they want to hear from her. and i think the only other person tha
CNN
Jul 8, 2011 10:00pm PDT
. >> jean, you spoke with defense attorney cheney mason. and i'm wondering, what did he have to say to you? >> he said many things to me. he said that he's concerned for casey's safety. plans are being made for her protection. he would not say what. he doesn't think that she can live in orlando and wonders where she can live in this country without somebody recognizing, knowing her and hating her. he thinks the only thing would be plastic surgery and possibly coloring her hair. but he wants americans to step back and realize that a jury has spoken. they have spoken that she is not guilty. they need to accept that and move on. >> and sonny, what do you think we can expect from casey as far as book deals maybe, movie deals and other "if i did it"? >> that's the question everyone is asking themselves. because where does she work? where does she live? what does she do? her attorney jose baez says that she has a future ahead of her. but i think that people want to know her story. they want to hear from her. and i think the only other person that is perhaps similar to casey anthony would have be
CNN
Jul 5, 2011 12:00pm PDT
overwhelmingly, when i saw mr. cheney mason giving that chart of the reasonable doubt scale, i think people and all of us as citizens have to accept this, convicting someone for a crime under our constitution in this united states, these united states, beyond a reasonable doubt is a virtual impossibility. when that jury knowing the scrutiny they were under because of the media coverage, i think they were so careful -- >> debra, forgive me. i need to interrupt. i just got news in my ear that members of the jury will be speaking. they're not -- >> i knew it. >> we need to respect their privacy. the alternates are on their way here and i will speak with them in less than five minutes. they have not been asked. i am going to ask them, and we will talk to them about that, and as soon as i speak with them i will come back in and let you know if the alternates are interested in speaking to you. the alternates did not have television for the last few days -- nobody had television for the last few days. we pulled all television stations recently because of cross extra promotional issues going on the
CNN
Jul 5, 2011 11:00pm PDT
building of cheney mason. so i think that they would go here for their get together after the verdict. it was a very small number of people. it was the staff attorneys, their assistants, someone from the public defender's office was there. the defense's mitigation specialist was there who told me she had all the witnesses lined up ready to go for the penalty phase because they have to be prepared for that. they weren't putting people down. they were relishing in what they believe was a fair verdict, a fair verdict for their client of not guilty. there were seven flat screen televisions throughout this restaurant. and they were watching the local coverage in orlando. and whenever the verdict was announced, everyone would watch and listen, watch the reactions, and they would clap. they would hug each other. they also watched the defense press conference and clapped and were very ecstatic, i believe, from just their opportunity to step before the microphones to voice their thoughts and opinions on this verdict. >> obviously they won a high-profile case. and one would expect them so to ha
FOX News
Jul 15, 2011 7:00pm PDT
attorney cheney mason describes his client as likeable. and much more, coming up. ♪ [ male announcer ] you can always find a positive opportunity when you know where to turn. with amway, there's opportunity to pursue another path. ♪ where products created for healthier living and the ability to own your own business can help you take steps toward financial freedom. that's the power of positive. that's amway. to learn me, contact an amway independent businesswner. to learn me, ♪ [ cat meows ] ♪ [ whistles ] ♪ [ cat meows ] ♪ [ ting! ] [ male announcer ] travelers can help you protect the things you care abt and save money with multi-policy discounts. are you getting the coverage you need and the discounts you deserve? for an agent or quote, call 800-my-coverage or visit travelers.com. >> greta: a very big disappointment for the prosecution. any regrets? meet the prosecutor you saw working tirelessly on the casey anthony murder trial. jeff ashton went on the record about the challenges he faced in his final case as a florida state prosecutor. jeff, thank you for joining us. >> my p
FOX News
Jul 15, 2011 10:00pm PDT
directly from jeff ashton. defense attorney cheney mason describes his client as likeable. and much more, coming up. [ male annocer ] things seem better with travelocity's best price guarantee. our girl's an architect. our boy's a genius. we are awesome parents! biddly-boop. [ male announcer ] if you find a lower rate on a room you've booked, we won't just match it. we'll give you $50 towards your next trip. [ gnome ] it's go time. >> greta: a very big disappointment for the prosecution. any regrets? meet the prosecutor you saw working tirelessly on the casey anthony murder trial. jeff ashton went on the record about the challenges he faced in his final case as a florida state prosecutor. jeff, thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> greta: i've won and also cases. it is tough to lose a case. even when you should, it? >> it is difficult to put that much time and energy into something, it is tough. >> greta: if the remains had been found in august, did any of your experts say they would have been any more powerful or more potent position to give you an opinion as to the cause of deat
FOX News
Jul 16, 2011 7:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Jul 16, 2011 10:00pm PDT
attorney cheney mason describes his client as likeable. and much more, coming up.pzpz/ >> greta: a very big disappointment for the prosecution. any regrets? meet the prosecutor you saw working tirelessly on the casey anthony murder trial. jeff ashton went on the record about the challenges he faced in his final case as a florida state prosecutor. jeff, thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> greta: i've won and also cases. it is tough to lose a case. even when you should, it? >> it is difficult to put that much time and energy into something, it is tough. >> greta: if the remains had been found in august, did any of your experts say they would have been any more powerful or more potent position to give you an opinion as to the cause of death? >> most of the experts have told us that in all likelihood, pardon me, by the beginning of july, the body was completely skeletonized. there might have been some difference in the evidence. essentially her body was in the form we saw it in december all the way back in late july, august. so it would have still been a skeleton at that point. >>
FOX News
Jul 17, 2011 2:00am PDT
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FOX News
Jul 18, 2011 7:00pm PDT
following her they got off an exit where cheney mason's building is they went the building, that's where we lost them. we don't know if she stayed in that suv and ended up going to the airport, took time to change her appearance and took off later that day it is a big mystery. they all lost the media for sure when they ducked under that office building and the helicopters couldn't see them. and police were able to block the media's chase cars from following them on the road. >> greta: where are george and cindy at this point? >> they are back at their home. they watched casey's release from their home. i spoke with their torn he was telling me that jose baez asked casey parents to drive one of the decoy cars from the jail to his office to try to throw us off. they didn't feel comfortable doing it. so they said no. >> greta: that may be an indication of things at the home front not good they haven't been restored if they don't want to drive a decoy car. >> there's been so much craziness surrounding this case, unless you are professionally trained, you wouldn't want to get caught up in that.
FOX News
Jul 11, 2011 10:00pm EDT
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MSNBC
Jul 6, 2011 11:00am EDT
today? and i can say i saved a life. >> reporter: so we heard from cheney mason who has been particularly bothered by all of the speculation and sppeople treating this as a sporting event, standing on cameras around the country and blogs and offering opinions that suggested that there would be only one conclusion here and she would be found guilty. and then, of course, hearing from the -- from the jury themselves. now jeff ashton, the lead prosecutor in this case, said he was, of course, disappointed. he postponed his retirement. he put three years of his life into this case. but he says he's had cases where the juries have deliberated more. he spoke to us early today. >> i -- i cannot believe that's what happened. but again, beyond a reasonable doubt is a high standard. and, you know, the jurors may have thought as i do but beyond a reasonable doubt is a high standard. i respect the fact that they, you know, applied the law to the case as they saw it. >> reporter: and so as we move forward, judge perry's courtroom will be back in business tomorrow, 9:00 a.m. when casey antho
MSNBC
Jul 18, 2011 2:00pm EDT
cheney mason gave a glimpse into casey anthony's future. >> we hope that she is going to be able to find a way to improve her education, which she wants to, and get employment, and that is going to be tough. we recognize that. i don't know how long it is going to take. as far as all of the rumors about paid interviews and books, movies and so forth, there has been no truth to any of that. >> nbc's kerry sanderers joining me live from orlando, and kerry, many people would like to know, and if there is even an answer at this point, who is helping casey anthony beyond the legal team who has supported her since she was found not guilty? >> i think that cheney mason said that there is no truth to that at the moment that he was saying that. i'm not sure if there is a deal in the offing, because, as you pointed out, here is a 25-year-old woman who has no source of income, can't really go back into society and necessarily take a job, and i have spoken to security experts who say that she is in many ways a target, because of her notoriety, and so, she has to find a way to find income. she left th
CNN
Jul 7, 2011 11:00pm PDT
agreed to vote not guilty. new revelations, too, about defense attorney cheney mason seen here kind of flipping off photographers on tuesday while celebrating the verdict at a restaurant across from the courthouse. also that day you'll remember he had some pretty choice words for the media and legal comment ate ors. >> i hope that this is a lesson to those of you who have indulged in media assassination for three years, bias and prejudice and incompetent talking heads saying what would be and how to be. i'm disgusted by some of the lawyers that have done this. and i can tell you that my colleagues from coast-to-coast and border to border have condemned this whole process of lawyers getting on television and talking about cases that they don't know a damn thing about. and don't have the experience to back up their words or the law to.. now you've learned a lesson. >> well, keeping them honest, though, on those talk heads mr. mason seems to hold in such low regard, he once was one of them. in this very case. before. and he got it wrong. >> it could have been an accidental death as we
CNN
Jul 5, 2011 10:00pm PDT
edition of 360. strong words there, defense attorney cheney mason taking a shot at the coverage and legal commentary. some today calling the media in this trial and other high-profile case as 13th juror for the prosecution. yet the real jurors still managed to acquit. and again, until they talk, if they ever will, we won't know for sure why they decided the way they did. but as you saw a moment ago, the defense presented powerful closing arguments. here's another portion of that case. >> here we are at the end of our journey. and i have to tell you that i probably think you have more questions than you have answers. and if you recall at opening statements, the final thing that i told you at the end of the day when everything is said and done, the one question will never be answered. the key question in this case will never be answered. it can never be proven. and that is how did caylee die. this case must not be decided for or against anyone because you feel sorry for anyone or are angry at anyone. and that's because, obviously, we want you to base your verdict on the evidence, not on emo
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